Bulgaria struggles with flood damage and begins to count cost

Reuters: The torrential rain and floods that swept Bulgaria this week have killed 12 people, wrecked part of the Black Sea city of Varna and badly hit agriculture and the important tourism sector, authorities said on Saturday. The government has yet to estimate the full scale of the damage caused when rivers burst their banks in eastern and central Bulgaria, forcing mass evacuations, but is considering seeking EU aid. On Saturday, over 1,000 rescue workers and volunteers were struggling to clear mud......

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